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Chwilog, Gwynedd

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Chwilog, Gwynedd

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Penelope Elphinstone

15 September 2019

What a wonderful place, the tree infront of the house is beautiful as is the interior. The wooden beams and the fire place were perfectly crafted. We were the only people there and there was an atmosphere of the past More...

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Chris Brooks

23 August 2019

Interesting hall not much to sebut a lot to learn. Called in on the way to st. Cybis well.

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linda walker

23 August 2019

Very interesting old building. Makes a beautiful setting for a wedding

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Lorna M

16 July 2019

Lovely simple place, beautifully restored and in a very tranquil setting. We just showed ourselves around - there was no one here.

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Marcus Young

9 July 2019

Lovely

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Steve Brown

30 June 2019

Great historical venue.

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William Woodbury

30 June 2019

We stayed at the holiday house on the property. It was very peaceful, owners were great. Nice, quiet location.

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Sandra Jones

30 June 2019

Absolute hidden gem. Really tranquil and atmospheric. Lovely piece of hidden history.

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Marcus Young

30 June 2019

A lovely spot . The cottage we stopped at was fantastic

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Ray Charles

2 June 2019

We got married here and it was amazing. Gwyn and Caren were absolutely brilliant. The building is fantastic, we got so many positive comments. Would definitely recommend.

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Kevin West

21 May 2019

Glorious old building. Well maintained inside and out. Ideal setting for weddings

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Sue Rolfe

14 May 2019

Stunning in its simplicity. A pity it had been newly whitewashed and there were areas that you couldn't go but definitely worth a stop over. Wouldn't be a full days trip though. Maybe combine with bedgellert? More...

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Michael Slack

7 May 2019

Fantastic unbelievably clean loads to do

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Amanda Tarrington

7 May 2019

Great medieval hall..full of atmosphere

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Gary Bamford

7 May 2019

Small but perfectly formed.

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Manon Cooper

28 April 2019

Pretty little place

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Terry C

28 April 2019

I found this house during an afternoon hike. Lovely and peaceful, the door is open. There's lots of information on the history of the house inside.

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diane woods

8 April 2019

Beautiful setting

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June May

29 November 2018

It would make a lovely venue. Lots of athmosphere. Lovely countryside

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Margaret Taylor-Hill

8 November 2018

Not quite as interesting as it used to be before it became a wedding venue but still well worth a visit.

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Rebecca Barton

8 September 2018

Funny little place, at first we wondered if it was someone's house, but the door is open and you can look around inside. The wooden beams inside are really decorative, it was amazing to think about just how long ago they were carved and carefully placed all those years ago! Also, very peaceful...I could have just sat in there for ages. It had a kind of calm feel to it. Well worth a visit, it doesn't take long to look round though, maybe half an hour. I can see why it's used as a wedding venue! More...

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Donna Bevington

8 September 2018

lovely little place

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Catherine Smith

1 August 2018

An amazingly intact medieval hall. There was no one around so we just opened the door and went in. Interesting if you like historical buildings. We went here after visiting Criccieth Castle. Free to look about but take note - it is just a single room hall, we viewed it from a historical perspective. It is used as a wedding venue. No toilets, cafe etc. More...

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dave jones

8 July 2018

Ancient manor house, ideal for small to medium intimate weddings etc

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Paul Mc Cormack

8 July 2018

Great place

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James Taylor

2 July 2018

A lovely little gem have a look if you are in pwllheli or Hafan y mor

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Dana Mangham

8 June 2018

Beautiful

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Sara VF

8 June 2018

Hidden little gem of lovely medieval structure.

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Ian Pace

8 June 2018

Very interesting but very small on some very narrow lanes

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Steve Ridgway

9 April 2018

Great venue if you like Tranquillity !!

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Adverse Camber

30 September 2017

An ancient nobleman's house built in 1416. Free entry. Exquisite medieval carving on roof supporting posts.

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Sara Povey

6 September 2017

We had the most amazing wedding at Penarth Fawr on August 26th. Just a beautifully simple venue with wonderful hosts that could not do enough for us. We were very lucky with the weather which meant that photos and drinks could be served outside in the stunning grounds. Thank you so much for making our Wedding Day so memorable for everyone! Xx More...

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Zoƫ Fiander

14 August 2017

we got married here in June 2017 and it was just perfect, thanks Gwyn and Caren. needs barely any decoration as the hall and surrounding speaks for itself!

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Helen Greatorex

3 January 2017

Just a quick note to say thank you for everything you did to make our wedding day perfect. The hosts could not be more helpful and welcoming. We kept the decorations very simple just with lots of battery-operated candles and wooden hearts which looked amazing. We had a string quartet on the gallery, taxis doing runs from the bottom of the hill and a drinks van outside. Nothing shocked the wonderful hosts and they smiled through all my crazy suggestions. We had a bridesmaid stay in the wonderful Shepherd's Hut with her partner, which they very much enjoyed. Photos to follow. More...

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Sarah Ann Nolan

14 July 2016

Amazing venue and superb hosts. Definitely recommend this place for a visit or a wedding.

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Gemma Marshall

1 May 2016

We got married here on Tuesday - couldn't have asked for a more beautiful setting and Gwyn and Caren were just amazing! Thank you for making us feel so welcome :) We look forward to coming back for many years to come. Jim, Gemma and Noah xx

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